iZombie: My Really Fair Lady

Liv and company are back and dealing with life in New Seattle under zombie/FIllmore-Graves rule.

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iZombie: Goon Struck

With the reveal of zombies’ existence and the takeover of Seattle, there are a lot of complicated things going on.

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iZombie: Brainless in Seattle, Part 2

In a rare two-parter, iZombie continues last episode’s story with “Brainless in Seattle, Part 2.” It starts with a nasty scene in The Scratching Post, with a zombie getting beaten on by some guys from Fillmore-Graves. The F-G crew is looking worse and worse as this season goes on.

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iZombie: Brainless in Seattle, Part One

Taking a break from their usual (highly enjoyable) formula, Liv and her merry band of crimefighters embark on a rare two part story in “Brainless in Seattle, Part One.” The title is, of course, a play on the romantic movie Sleepless in Seattle, but Brainless works well when Liv comes under the sway of a…

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iZombie: Blue Bloody

One of the many things iZombie is great at is keeping me guessing. When I saw the “Blue Bloody” title, I was pretty sure it would have to do with Ravi’s brain serum that turns them blue and gives much longer lasting visions.

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iZombie: Are You Ready For Some Zombies?

I had my doubts when iZombie debuted a while back. This was another time I was very happy to be wrong. It’s a really entertaining show that changes their status quo that combines a different spin on zombies, a detective murder of the week, a close group of friends, and some really clever humor.

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The State of Hero TV, Summer 2017

It’s a great time to be a hero-geek. There are more and more shows, and most of them are pretty damn good. I keep hearing a few people fretting about “hero fatigue,” but I certainly don’t have it, and, judging from the box office for Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, a lot of other people don’t, either. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is fantastic, with Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok coming this year. I’m a lot less impressed with the DC Expanded Universe (although I’m one of the few that apparently enjoyed Suicide Squad), but I was pleasantly surprised by Wonder Woman.

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